Spring Treat: 5 Unique Houseplants

Spring Treat: 5 Unique Houseplants

Kim Lucian
Apr 19, 2013

Bring the spring inside with some house plants. Not only will the pretty greenery bring a bit of life to your décor, it will also make your home healthier by working as a natural air purifier. And if basic garden-variety houseplants aren’t really your thing check out these unique picks.

1. Mounted Staghorn Fern (Platycerium):

This fern resembles antlers and can be grown mounted on a wall. Large Plant, $105 from Shop Terrain

2. String of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus):

The beadlike leaves on this plant cascade down its slender stems, making it great option for a hanging houseplant. $5 from Etsy

3. Fiddlehead Fig Tree (Ficus lyrata):

Gaining popularity in interiors, the fiddlehead fig tree starts as a plant suited to a tabletop and grows to a tree with broad showy leaves. $13 from IKEA

4. Living Stones Succulents (Lithops):

A hardy succulent that, true to its name, resembles a stone. Seeds, $4 from Amazon

5. Ox Tongue (Gasteria liliputana):

A hardy plant with seasonal red flowers. $10 from Pernell Gerver

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